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929 Pair mod question

Hi boyz and gurlz!!

Just made the pair mod on my 929 trak bike, thanks to some block off plate from 6 Sigma Engineering. But i don't have a battery in the bike and I'm wondering something.

Will removing the Pair selenoid create any FI fault in the dashboard???

Thanks for the help in advance!
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Hi boyz and gurlz!!

Just made the pair mod on my 929 trak bike, thanks to some block off plate from 6 Sigma Engineering. But i don't have a battery in the bike and I'm wondering something.

Will removing the Pair selenoid create any FI fault in the dashboard???

Thanks for the help in advance!

No.
The diagnostics only relate to the injection system.

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Re: 929 Pair mod question

Just want to be sure, since the egcv servo will cause an FI fault if removed from the bike.

Thanks Larry!
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Just want to be sure, since the egcv servo will cause an FI fault if removed from the bike.

Thanks Larry!
That's because the HTEV is part of the fuel system.
The PAIR system has no effect on combustion or power output.

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